The first step toward making a change is wanting to make a change. But while adults are often too busy worrying about their daily responsibilities and problems, children are much more creative and have a clear vision, which is important for success. Pavel Bramov, a Russian boy who is 9 years old, is another example.

This incredible little hero sells his paintings to get food and other things that an animal shelter needs. Barsik’s death had a big effect on Pavel’s mind when he was young, so he could no longer stand to see animals in pain. This is where Pavel and his mother, Ekaterina Bolshakova, got the idea that became the “Kind Paintbrush” project. They run a group called “What a little volunteer is capable of?” on the Russian social media site VK.

The page shows that young people can make a difference in the world and how he’s doing it. They hope that it will encourage other young people to do good things for others. Even though they really want to help and Pavel is clearly talented, it’s just the two of them and their supporters. No organization gives them money, and they don’t have a manager or other staff. The boy makes a deal with pet owners to sell custom portraits of their pets in exchange for food, medicine, toys, etc., for dogs in the animal shelter. He is the youngest person who helps out at Arzamas’s only animal shelter, which takes care of more than 100 dogs. So, the things that Pavel brings are more than welcome. Pavel meets the pets after he finishes the painting. He always tries to find out how they were saved and how they live with their new family. The heartwarming project has gotten a lot of attention from animal lovers in Russia and around the world. Pavel has even made custom portraits for people in Spain and Germany.

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